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Canton is a Land of Opportunity

As Michigan’s second-largest township and one of its fastest-growing communities, Canton is an ideal spot to call home. Situated between Ann Arbor and Detroit, Canton is conveniently located for both business and recreational city access. Though with a wide variety of restaurant and retail options, miles of walking and biking trails, festivals and concerts, and a wide offering of recreational classes and activities, a commute to the city isn’t a requirement.

Home to major retailers and employers, growing rapidly in retail and commercial industry, and offering many public, charter, and private schools, Canton is truly a land of opportunity for everyone!

Art and History are the Pride of Canton

Canton is a town proud of its history and filled with arts and culture. One of its most popular attractions is the Village Theatre, which hosts live theatre performances throughout the year, a monthly art exhibit, and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art Content for middle and high-school students. Another popular spot is Emagine Theatre, a 3D and IMAX theatre boasting luxury reclining seating.

The Henry Ford Museum offers a glimpse back through American History, including the Rosa Parks Bus, a Thomas Edison workshop, and vintage Model T’s.

Canton even boasts a public art display along Ford Road, consisting of 10 carefully-selected statues from local artists.

Unique and Varied Shopping

With over 300 businesses in Canton, including retail, department stores, restaurants, and sports and entertainment venues, there are quite a few options when it comes to shopping in Canton. This includes six major grocery stores, plenty of convenience stores such as automotive, pharmacy, and apparel, and many specialty retail shops.

Restaurants Range from Classic to Creative

Restaurants in Canton rage from classic American chain restaurants to specialty ethnic eateries. Some popular spots include:

  • Crows Nest Bar and Grill
  • Rusty Nail Lounge
  • Bowery Grill & Pub
  • Basement Burger Bar
  • Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
  • Ashoka Indian Cuisine
  • Chopstick House
  • Antonio’s Cucina Italiana


In 2007, Canton began construction of a recreational trail along the Lower Rouge River. Now, the Lower Rouge River Trail System offers miles of walking, jogging, and biking paths for recreational enthusiasts.

Schools in Canton

Canton is served by Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. With early learning education, talented and gifted programs, and extended day programs, Canton schools offer the very best to its students.

Find a Home to Fit Your Needs

Homes in Canton vary greatly in price based on size, land, and location. Pricing ranges from about $75,000 for cozy homes in Canton Township, to over $1 million for large modern estates.

Ready to find your home in Canton, MI? Contact us today at 734-358-0700 or MikeAndMary@Gladchun.com to schedule a showing.


Antique Forest
$400,000 - $600,000
2,900 - 3,800 sq ft
Central Park Estates
$275,000 - $450,000
2,650 - 3,850 sq ft
Cherry Hill Village
$250,000 - $450,000
2,000 - 5,000 sq ft
Hampton Ridge North
$450,000 - $750,000
3,000 - 4,750 sq ft
Hampton Ridge South
$350,000 - $450,000
2,900 - 4,500 sq ft
Vintage Valley
$350,000 - $550,000
2,950 - 3,850 sq ft
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